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Computer Communications and Networks
Cloud computing has changed the way we used to exploit software and systems. The two decades' practice of architecting solutions and services over the Internet has just revolved within the past few years. End users are now relying more on paying for what they use instead of purchasing a full-phase license. System owners are also in rapid hunt for business profits by deploying their services in the Cloud and thus maximising global outreach and minimising overall management costs. However,doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10530-7_2 fatcat:raz6wxqtczbwdcdn4l27mac6y4